Belgium

When I make moves, I tend to plan well in advance. I have always enjoyed planning and being well organized, and this might be one of the many reasons I have been able to continue my adventures. I tend to do a lot of research before I go. It allows me to find activities, tours, transportation, and of course, food. 

 

Accommodation:

My next host was someone I met in Poland at a Couchsurfing event. When I had told him I was going to Brussels, he offered to host me. Building these connections all over the world through this website is magical. 

 

Food:

A terrific place that is a must on your food hunt is The Judgy Vegan. I loved the atmosphere of this establishment, also they had delicious food. I wanted something unusual since I felt like I had eaten a lot of burgers, so I went with the nachos. My mouth was watering from the smell, look, and taste.

 

Tour:

I won't lie this was another city where I had booked a tour but wasn't able to make it, because I needed food. It gave me a chance to wander around the city. Although, before I left, my host gave me a list of things to do and how to get there. 

 

Transportation:

The way I got around Brussels was by train. I found this to be the easiest way to get around. When searching for the best choice to get from place to place is by looking at the local city's tourist website. It will give you prices and locations on where to buy tickets. 
When I was leaving the country, I found that BlaBla bus was cheaper than Flixbus, which is the company I had been using. After using both companies, I would prefer to travel with Flixbus. 

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Travel Expenses:

Accommodation:

Couchsurfing FREE

Food:

Grocery Stores $6

Vegan Restaurants $18

Data:

NONE

Tours:

​Sandeman's New Europe Tours FREE

Transportation:

BlaBla Bus $11

Train $8

Other:

NONE

 

Total Spent in 2 days $43